This is an in-depth 108 hours of immersive learning programme anchored to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra. The study enables the participant to gain profound personal insights through contemplation and dialogues.
Yoga is one of the primary schools of Indian philosophy that explores the underlying structure of the world, oneself and reality. It goes beyond the popularly held image of Yoga as Asana & Pranayama. Yoga tradition holds the Yoga Sūtra of Patañjali to be one of the foundational texts of classical Yoga philosophy. This is a collection of Sanskrit sutras on the theory and practice of yoga. It was compiled sometime around 500 BC by the sage Patanjali in India who synthesized and organized knowledge about yoga from much older traditions.
Patanjali is considered a psychologist par excellence by knowledgeable scholars in the field. The Yoga sutra reflects his profound understanding of the human psyche. He takes one through an introspective journey into one’s mind. Starting from a mind that is disturbed through to a unitary state of Being, the Sutras provide a fascinating view into one’s psyche.
Raghu Ananthanarayanan is a behavioral scientist, yoga teacher and an author. He has dedicated his life to the study and application of Yoga and Indic traditions to guide the inner transformation of individuals and shape leadership and culture building of organizations.